Do you know the villainess in photo?(and movie if you can)
What's on your mind?
I'm partial to villainess/rebellious women using stockings/pantyhose as masks and I noticed a lack of them here. I know of a few but I'm not experienced in making articles so I'm hoping for some assistance/guidance.
Rita (Christina Whitaker): The Naked Cage
Clara Rinker (Tatiana Maslany): Certain Prey
Elaine (Jennifer Billinglsey): Lady in a Cage
Sade (Ann Sothern): Lady in a Cage
Nancy Stalk (Lee Garlington): Cobra
Claudia (Vanessa Silva): Amor en Tiempos de Coca
Rosie (Lori-Walkup Green): Hard Ticket to Hawaii.
Here are some examples of what I mean.
I'm curious to see what people's favourite villainesses are based purely on their visual design. It doesn't matter how well or how poorly they are written, whether they are redeemed or not, or whatever else. Judging purely on visuals alone, what are your favourite villainesses?
I'm partial to any design involving a typically "dominant" look, and especially those with a leather or latex element to them. These are quite common for villainesses, but a couple that stand out to me are:
One of the best "dominatrix" designs in any media, in my opinion. The outfit is still distinct from other similar designs and Do-S's monster features - especially her black sclera - are super appealing to me.
The combination of leather and nylon in Chiyo's outfit is very appealing for me. The outfit gives off a strong femme fatale vibe but at the same time it manages to seem more practical than most similar outfits. It also helps that Monica Wang Ling is drop-dead gorgeous.
I love red + black colour schemes, and Skarlet's early-timeline skins in MK11 are great with it. They feel feminine and attractive without being overly sexualised (not that I particularly dislike that, but it's nice to see variety).
So what about you guys? I'd love to see some designs and costumes that you think are worth showing off.
While I think this is creative to have a site for villainous females but how about a villainous site for males?
Also, how about categories for specific characters belonging to shows and franchise? I've seen some and could use tell apart by placing them in shows or other media related entertainments, like Lifetime, Criminal Minds, or Case Closed?
Hey everyone. So, as the wiki admin, it probably isn't much of a secret that I'm not fond of sympathetic female villains. I don't even like it when male villains are made sympathetic to be honest, but because villainesses only make up a small fraction of fictional antagonists as it is, it stings all the more when they get saddled with this development. The odds that I'll find a villain more interesting if they have a tragic excuse are very low, while the odds that I will simultaneously find their role in the story far less exciting will be quite high. In short, never prefer to consume my fiction with out a glass of black and white morality.
One thing that has managed to irk me in recent times is Disney's "Wicked"-inspired trend of taking villainesses who were originally portrayed as being icons of pure evil, and turning them into heroines ("Oz the Great and Powerful", "Malificent", "Cruella"...). However, I've been thinking lately, and realized that - barring the obvious legal barriers - there isn't any reason someone could not take a popular story where the villainess was grey in the original and/or all succeeding adaptations and subvert it; Take all of the tragic excuses that helped "shape her villainy" and show "what really happened (tm)"; i.e. that they were all lies invented by herself, or - if told by a neutral character in the story - that this person was secretly attracted to her, and lied about her tearful past in order to secretly cause hesitation with the heroes so that she will ultimately succeed.
In the case of redemption, when the villainess chose to reform her ways at the end? Retell it with an extra epilogue showing it was all bullshit!
Or, we could even take the concept a step further. Let's say you have a story/show/movie/etc. where you really like the female protagonist and are indifferent to the villain. Why not just retell it and give the heroine all the evil qualities you enjoy? Show that it was in fact she who used all of the well-obscured wickedness in her heart to commit heinous acts that traumatized the villain. Deconstruct every "noble" thing she does and link it to a discreet, evil goal.
I am curious to know what everyone thinks. If we lived in a world where everything was public domain and you were free to rewrite/retell stories in this manner, would you? And if so, what would you choose? (And of course if you are one who actually likes grey in their villainesses, just ignore all of this).
Are there any movies where villainesses trash apartments? houses? cut furnitures in searches or just simply. pillows, mattresses etc.
So with no way to check multiple categories anymore, no tags listed at the bottom of the summary, and no way to check the newest additions (as far as I know), did the new update kinda kill this wiki?
I know that there are categories for these two ways of defeat here, but do you know any other female villains who got defeated that way that are not listed on this site ?
Personally, two others come to mind:
Zeena in "Sonic Meets the Deadly Six"
And also Harley Quin from "JOKER & HARLEY QUINN vs DEADPOOL & DOMINO - Super Power Beat Down (Episode 16)"
so im a fans of comedy film, especially cartoon, just wondering if i could found something news to me, pls share some if you having recommendation, it doesnt matter if the story plot got mixedup with drama/horror/action/whatevers aslong as it had comedy i would love to watch it ty
Example one of my fav animation was 90s animation called abashiri ikka/abashiri family
Theres 3 zako in ep1, and hot teacher battle in ep4 named mademoiselle honey
Supreme galaxy new episode has been updating, next ep would be new villainess vs female protagonist, a cat fight show
i will provide or added some other detail soon ,
i want to find a female villains with Fate: Deceased and Failed Seduction.However,i
Dont know how to do that.can anybody answer me pls
If I try to create a new blog post (under activity/rules and then "Create New Blog Page"), I always get this error message: "No such special page. You have requested an invalid special page."
I see that others are creating blogposts, so can you help me out here?
But im back so hello everyone, i love this wiki community huray \o_o/
i forgot how to use wiki page really, will learn it again soon and share my villainess collection🐌
What was the movie/tv show on the old website, a woman in Egyptian costume with weird cone hat? The photo was on the left upper corner........
Did anyone else see daughter's deception recently because I am frustrated with dumb jessica?(~~~~).
This is a massive nitpick more than anything, but when referring to the method of execution/killing, the past tense of "hang" is "hanged" and not "hung."
I know this is silly for this wiki, but are there any villains on this wiki that are perhaps transgender or maybe can change gender. Male to Female or Female to Male.